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The Nokia Lumia 1320 is the company's second foray into the large screen mobile phone market, where this type of device has a nickname of ‘phablet’.
That is a cross between a tablet and a phone, hence the mix-mash of its name.
The 1320 boasts a stunning 6-inch LCD IPS screen, which has a HD 1,280 x 720 resolution - made from tough Gorilla glass, where it can even be used with a gloved hand.
This bigger display affords it an additional column of live titles, totaling three, allowing more access to widgets and apps; first seen on the 1520, where it is now a feature of this mid-range handset.
It lends itself to great movie watching, web surfing, book reading or social networking, thanks to the larger screen.
There is also access to amazing 4G network speeds, while it is powered by a dual-core 1.7GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor found driving many popular devices, and it has 1GB of RAM onboard.
Built-in is 8GB storage capacity, which can be expanded through the use of a microSD card (64GB max). This is with access to Microsoft's own cloud storage, in the form of 7GB of free online storage.
It has Nokia's award-winning Lumia design, with a 5-megapixel camera that is backed by familiar Nokia apps.
These are the likes of the Nokia Camera software, offering professional picture capture, only on a mobile phone.
Picture taking has a new element introduced, with Nokia Storyteller. That integrates with the free HERE map software, showing where a picture was taken on a map - offering a storybook of your travels.
Adding to this, is access to the Nokia ad-free music; Xbox games and the Microsoft office apps.
All this, in an affordable, large screen mobile phone, with an easy to use Windows Phone operating system and a price that undercuts the more expensive Nokia Lumia 1520, with its more higher-end specs.
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